Boone County White Corn

$ 2.95

110 days. Boone County White corn dates back to 1874 from a mane named James Riley in Boone County, Indiana.

There are many reason to love this heirloom corn variety:

It is a very heavy producer of huge ears that measure 9-11" in length.

9-11' stalks.

Uniform ears have 18-22 rows.

Heavily leaved, which is great for shading out understory weeds.

Boone County white is a diverse corn that is used for silage, stock feed and cornmeal.

Contains 40 heirloom seeds
*NEW ARRIVAL for 2019*